The WLHA welcomes all queries and suggestions from the public, We will endeavor to reply to all your questions within 48 hours of receiving them. If you require information in regards to the services we offer and how to book us, please don't hesitate to contact us at the following:
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If your question is specific to a particular Unit/Nationality that the WLHA represent, please click on the appropriate image below:
I am an event organiser for a public show, I would like to book the Wartime living History Association. How do I go about doing this?
To book the WLHA to attend your show/event please provide us with a complete description of the show in question, including the location, the date and what services you require from the club and email the information to:
I am interested in joining the WLHA, How do I do it?
The society has a £30 membership fee or £40 for a family of 4. You must fill in an application and agree to the full term and conditions which are essential for membership.
In order to get a membership form, please come and see us at our various shows or contact our secretary at Recruitment@wartimeliving.co.uk
I don't know much about Living History, If I joined the club, what training/guidance is available?
The Wartime Living History Association has created a mentor scheme for all new members coming into the group, as the world of re-enacting can be a daunting place having to interact with the public give demonstrations explain the purpose of the equipment etc.
We feel that having an experienced member from each unit on hand will help the new recruits with any problems they may have is essential for the development of the new members historical impression.
How old must I be to join the WLHA?
The WLHA allows anyone over the age of 16 to become a full member of the club, anyone under 16 must join the club with a parent/guardian and will only be allowed to attend public/private events with the club when the parent/guardian is present. The WLHA is not a baby sitting club and operates to this effect.
Where are you based?
The WLHA come from all over the Island of Ireland and UK. We are a cross community organisation and welcome all to come and help us in our aim, to preserve the memories and traditions from the Second World War. The head office for the club and our meeting place is 2 miles outside Ballymena where we have regular meetings to catch up with friends and of course have training sessions.